The Committee on Access to Family Courts has Launched a ‘Representing Yourself’ Website

People who cannot afford to hire an attorney to represent them in court cases will no longer have to worry about where they can find legal representation. The committee on access to family courts has launched a ‘Representing Yourself’ website. ‘Representing Yourself’ can provide assistance in a dissolving marriage, child custody, support, name change, paternity, visitation, and enforcement of orders and domestic violence orders of protection. PDF forms are available on the site for people to fill out. The services offered on the website are free in some counties, but not statewide. To find out more information on representing yourself, go to selfrepresent.mo.gov

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Washington took the consolation trophy in the Battle Tournament Friday and Saturday in Columbia. The Jays played five games and finished 3-2.

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The Washington boys swim team finished second out of three teams in its first ever meet Friday at the St. Peters Rec-Plex Friday